What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend Des Moines Area Community College?

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Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2019

It's crazy Affordable, the teachers are approachable, It's a great place to start your college career

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2021

The 3 reasons someone should attend the Des Moines Area Community College is because firstly they will save an immense amount of money, will have more opportunities, and is a comfortable way to ease into college your first year. The reason they will save money is due to taking out less loans, and that community colleges are cheaper compared to public or private college tuitions. They will have more opportunities because DMACC has a much smaller amount of students compared to other universities. With 1,00 to 2,00 students at DMACC, they will be able to get more community based scholarships in their area, and have the option of living at home, a dorm, or apartment in their community. This benefit also gives students a cheaper cost than other living quarters of other colleges. And lastly DMACC is a great college to ease into the new college atmosphere by how welcoming, friendly, and supportive your faculty and professor's will be at DMACC. At my school, you don't feel like a number, you have a name and the professors know each student individually.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

For me the top three reason why someone should attend Des Moines Area Community College. One, DMACC have great teachers, that truly care for their students learning and for their success. Two, DMACC is affordable for people who are from low income families or who are in a low part of their lives, trying to make their lives and others better. Three, DMACC is a great place for someone who is not truly ready for a big university. DMACC can help them get use to the college life, also there is a better teacher to students ratio at DMACC than a university.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

The top three reasons to attend DMACC are simple! Reason one, to save money. If you plan to get a 4 year degree, great! But save some money and do what you can at DMACC before transferring. Reason two, they have quick programs that get you into your industry quick, some just a year long! And finally reason three is a few small reasons put into one, there are multiple campuses to choose from, multiple, great programs and options, campus activities, and they want to help you get to your destination in life.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

One reason is because it is a smaller campus, so it has smaller classes and with smaller classes it makes it easier to learn and ask questions. It's not a huge campus but you can still get lost, so you can normally just walk through the school instead of taking buses or walking outside. You actually get to meet new people in classes, since classes aren't huge you can have conversations and meet tons of new people.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

DMACC is relatively cheap compared to the State Universities. Class sizes are smaller than most other colleges/universities. There is a wide variety of activities and programs so that anyone can join/attend.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2017

Affordability, distance learning options, and the ability to transfer most courses to other colleges.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2017

Attend Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) because: 1. An education at DMACC is DoAble! 2. An education at DMACC is Manageable! 3. An education at DMACC is Affordable!

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2017

1) DMACC is an attractive place to begin your academic career because tuition is affordable - nearly a third less than Iowa 4-year Universities. 2) DMACC has a low student to teacher ratio, meaning smaller class sizes and a comfortable learning environment. 3) With 100s online courses and dozens of degree programs, DMACC has something for everyone.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2017

Its afforable to attend and its small enough to meet people. The staff is great hands on and you dont have to worry, they take good care of the students and answer any questions you need. Also they make it flexiable for students to attend any of their campuses that work with them for their schedule. And the online web blended classes are great!

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2017

  1. Affordability-There are many scholarships and grants available to prospective students.
  2. Convenient Location-DMACC offers college centers in a variety of locations throughout the state of Iowa.
  3. Course Selection-DMACC has a variety of courses to fit student needs.
Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

The top three reasons are: cost is low, the courses are suited to your needs, and the teachers are great!

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

DMACC has amazing professors that do the best they can to help you succeed. It is also very cheap compared to most colleges. Lastly, there are many things to do in and around DMACC and many places to find a job.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

It is a great place to start your college career, especially if you aren't sure what you want to study or if you are tight financial wise.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2015

It's cheap, the schedules are pretty flexible, and you're mostly graded on participation. Some of the professors are really good.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2017

DMACC's low tuition prices, small class sizes, and accessibility were the main contributing factors I chose them to start my education in my new carrier. However the resources they are able to expose me to, such as personal financial education programs and free one on one tutoring, have made it possible for me to be successful.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2016

The top three reasons someone should attend DMACC is for small class sizes, competent teachers and student activities council.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2018

The top three reasons someone should attend DMACC are: -It's affordable -It's more personal than a university setting because the class sizes are smaller allowing one to get more acquainted with one's professors.
-DMACC credits and degrees transfer well to 4-year colleges and universities.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2019

DMACC is a small school and is easy to get into. It is also a good college to quickly get credits or a degree.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2015

At Des Moines Area Community college, you are not just another number. You are a valued member of the school and the faculity are there to help you and truely care about your success. School is not only about getting that peice of paper at the end. It is also about the education that you recieve and the meorable journey along the way. That is what Des Moines Area Community College is all about.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2014

The cost is a huge benefit to attending DMACC. I ended up not having to pay for any of my classes because of the financial aid awards and the low cost of DMACC. Another huge benefit to attending DMACC was the small class size. That really helped me learn what I needed. My instructors were all extremely friendly and they really wanted to help their students. Finally, DMACC is extremely flexible. They offer day, night, and online classes. This was very beneficial for the working adults.

Anonymous, Student, Des Moines Area Community College, Class of 2015

Flexible class scheduling, different campuses within the area, professors who don't take themselves too seriously.

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